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Schools could be starting closer to beginning of August

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State lawmakers could be cutting summer vacation short for North Carolina students. Proposed legislation may allow schools to start the academic year two weeks earlier in August. The bill would allow public schools to open as early as August 8th. Full story...
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Tar Heels meet President Obama

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The first fan paid his respects to the Tar Heels Monday when the North Carolina men's basketball team visited with President Barack Obama at the White House. Full story...
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Charlie Lipari honored for helping others with ALS

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videoThroughout the month of May, 31 people, including one Wilmington man, are telling their stories in the Muscular Dystrophy Association's national campaign promoting awareness about Lou Gehrig's Disease. Full story...
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Two Columbus County accidents, two deaths

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Columbus County roads have been deadly of late. Twenty-year-old Clayton McKoy of Clarkton died at the hospital Sunday, after being ejected from an SUV. Full story...
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West Brunswick students gather to remember Jacob Moseley

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Students at West Brunswick High gathered Monday to remember their classmate who lost his life in a fatal car crash. Full story...
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Three counts of second degree murder for driver involved in fatal wreck

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There are serious charges for the driver of a car involved in a fatal wedding day accident last month. Full story...
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US Marshals track down Brunswick County man in Belize

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A man who disappeared last year while on trial in Brunswick County has been apprehended in Central America. Full story...
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Vets evaluate seized horses

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Evaluations from a veterinarian conclude that one of the malnourished horses seized last week in Hampstead has cancer and needs to be euthanized. Kathy Lewis, from the Topsail Humane Society, said they are still waiting for test results on the other nine horses. Full story...
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OSHA concludes investigation of Leland Police Department

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The word tonight from the Occupational Health and Safety Administration is that there are no serious safety problems at the Leland Police Department. OSHA wrapped up a recent investigation by writing up the department for one violation. Full story...
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Brunswick County church members rejoice days after lightning strike

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videoAfter a lightning strike set the church on fire last week, the congregation pulled together to find a new home for their day of worship. Full story...
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Myrtle Grove Middle softball field semi-finalist in Kellogg's contest

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A student at Myrtle Grove Middle School is hoping to get the schools' softball field a makeover. Bailey Williams entered a contest through Kellogg's Frosted Flakes to revamp the field. Full story...
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Increase in stamp price goes into effect Monday

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It is going to cost you more to use snail mail. Monday, the cost of a stamp goes up from 42 to 44 cents. Forever Stamps will still work, even if you bought them at the lower rate. Full story...
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Hurricane Hunter in the eye of the storm

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videoHurricanes are the largest storms on Earth and can be the most damaging. Yet, there are a group of scientists that fly right into the heart of the storm. Full story...
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Some Bladen County moms celebrated Mother's Day at White Lake

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On Mother's Day cards are nice, presents are great, but sometimes it is just the thought that counts. Sunday folks in the Bladen County area had the thought of taking their mom's to White Lake. Full story...
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Oak Island Pier opens Monday

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A familiar Brunswick County fishing spot is reopening with a new name Monday. The Yaupon Pier will now be known as the Oak Island Pier. Full story...
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